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Richard K. Smucker
12 Ratings

    Disappointing but not terrible.

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    Former Employee - E/I Technician  in  Memphis, TN
    Former Employee - E/I Technician in Memphis, TN

    I worked at Smucker full-time for less than a year


    Smuckers has been around for a long time and through acquisitions and expansion, it is continuing to grow. If you are not ambitious, you should have no complaints.


    Staff selections are questionable. There is a real sense of entitlement for employees who have worked at the company for a long period of time. If they promoted based on merit more than seniority, they would have a much happier and more effective team. Training is under-valued and process improvement is not well managed.

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    The leadership team overlaps into multiple areas that can be confusing for employees and troublesome for decision making. An operations manager making Human Resource decisions is a mistake. Hire people who understand important functions, a CPLP to run training or someone formally trained (lean, six sigma) for process improvement. Rotating equipment operators to these crucial roles leaves little room for real long-term improvement.

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